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that could define this decade through leadership ones. so i called carol andersen. carol andersen wasserstein richard in a helicopter accident. i called her on the phone as i did all the mothers who go for the book who lost their sons and i said carol, i would like to type you about richard. >> are you selling t-shirts quite >> no, ma'am, i'm from the naval academy and i have an important project like to talk to you about. i don't want to cut to the naval academy. she was actually torn at the time. she was suffering about her son said she had reached out to buy the academy family and we can do better. i said ma'am, we're writing about to honor richard. our classmate. over a hundred books to make him 30 make third roommate to would like to hear your voice. do it for richard, do for those who served. a few weeks ago, after we sold out our first printing at the naval institute press, i received an e-mail from her. my name is carol andersen and i received my "in the shadow of greatness" late afternoon and just finished reading it. i was that much of the night and couldn't put it down. in the ackn
the decade so i call carol anderson. carol anderson lost her son richard in a helicopter accident. i called her on the phone and as i did all the mothers who wrote in the book who lost sons and i said carol my name is joshua and i would like to talk to you about richard. are you selling t-shirts? no maam, and from the nail academy class of 2002 and i'm on the board of trustees and i have an important project i'd like to talk to about. this is not about switchers. i don't want to talk to the naval academy. she was actually torn at the time. she was suffering about her son's loss and she hadn't been reached out to buy the academy family and we could do better. i said maam we are writing a book to honor richard. are classmates, over 100, 33 will make the cut and we would like to hear your voice. do it for richard and do it for those who been. a few weeks ago after we sold our first printing, i received an e-mail from her. my name is carol anderson and i receive my copy of "in the shadow of greatness" late yesterday and just finished reading it. i spent much of the right -- night and couldn't p
to do? i can't believe when i am standing backstage listening to carol say those things about me, i want you to know, by the way, the cameras in january, i want you to see, i thought i had figured out a way to make teaching a. make it a tv job. i could be a teacher and her tv job. they left in january and by was a real teacher. i went listening to ms. carroll say those things to me. the greatest compliment at the end of the year, i had gone through this journey with her and i am reading yours, she asked me what i consider coming back, i thought was the greatest compliment, but i said to her at my age i am not sure i want to care this much about anything. i just want to thank you all for being here. and writing this book, seeing a lot of teachers, i accept your apology. everywhere i go people are going i accept. i realize, i did do a year. i stayed the year, no small feat for those of you -- there are a lot of teachers here but it is 181 days, not that i was counting, but the funny thing about being a teacher is snow days are bad. remember when snow days are good? you lose your momentum.
composed of the novelist joined carol oates in the psychologist steven pinker my colleague and historian simon. this award has always been a major national book price with a hosted outstanding previous winners including among so many others, langston hughes, zora neale hurston and even the reverend dr. martin luther king jr.. and now thanks to the vision, commitment and shared energy of one person, we now have a hot web site and live streaming video of our event, national press coverage and several cavorting lectures and presentations and you know who that one person is. she is the lifeblood of the anisfeld-wolf book awards, my dear friend and comrade mary louise khan. give it up for mary louise. stand up, mary louise. [applause] our annual ceremony has become an important event on cleveland social and intellectual calendar and that takes an entire team of people including ron of course but also cindy schultz. cindy, please stand up in the six other team members who have worked for months to create this evening. give it up for cindy. [applause] as married with louise put it to me just ye
richards. [applause] these arches in nature by stellar jury, composed of the poet rita dove, joyce carol oates, psychologist steven pinker, my colleague. a historian, simon schama. this has always been a major national book prize with a host of us any previous winners, including among so many others, links to use, zora neale hurston, and the reverend or the king junior. and now, thanks to the vision, committed in sheer energy of one person, we now have a hot website and live streaming video of our event, national press club in several supporting lectures and presentations. you all know that one person is the lifeblood of the anisfield-wolf book awards, my dear friend and comrade, mary louise hunt. give it up for mary louise. stand up, mary louise. [applause] our annual ceremony has become an event in cleveland social intellectual calendar and that takes an entire team of people to pull off, including ron of course, but also sandy shoals. cindy, please stand up in the six other team members who have worked for months to create this evening. give it up to cindy. [applause] as mary louise p
and london. my name is carol dawson. i love being a moderator. every year at the texas book festival, and particularly love this task this year because i have had the privilege of reading two books that interlock so beautifully that it provided one hold 360-degree experience in reading them. before we begin, and i introduce our authors, i want to remind you all that all proceeds of book sales at the texas book festival goats the libraries of this great state. so, please avail yourself of the book tent and after a recession is over the book signing tents where you can get both of the signatures of these two wonderful gentleman on the front pieces of your books. now, our panel today, as you know, is about ladybird johnson, an oral history, and it involves a total of 18 years' worth of interviews with ladybird johnson . and indomitable will come lbj in the presidency, the interesting thing about these books is that ladybird memories and history leading up to the presidency, and where it leaves off mark up digress book about lbj begins, and it is a tapestry of voices commenting about lyn
those clips, isn't it like you're in the christmas carol, and it's the ghost of christmas past visiting you? i kind of blocked all of that out of my mind. but this year things really are not all that much different. if anything, it's a lot worse because things are worse for the country. the left-wingers in the press are absolutely in a frothy frenzy, they want to frame mitt romney as this guy who, okay, he hates poor people? check. he hates puppies? check. scott walker, i know he's running around maybe here tonight, but, you know, scott walker, governor of wisconsin, resists the recall, but he really hated teachers and people like paul ryan, well, he just wants to push grandma over the cliff and whale she's going over the -- while she's going over the cliff, feed her, if she's lucky, a little kibble and bits. this is what they want people to think of really incredibly productive and intelligent conservatives. and it's so over the top that it's ludicrous. now, barack obama as you know is the opposite of all of those things. he loves puppies, he loves people, e loves rainbows -- he loves
and the benefit of helping others and being successful in giving back to the community. >> i'm carol field with i.t. services and we support quite a few nonprofits in town. for instance, ballet austin we provide three educational opportunities there for people to learn about the arts. >> i'm ted, and through my day job as a co-owner of a publishing company with jim, we communicate to school administrators best practices throughout at least texas and beyond. as a parent of an 11 year old especially in a 15 year old, to a degree, i can every day help each of them learn. i think that role is one that probably each of us can do to some degree. >> absolutely. >> i am dr. linda wilkinson, and i have worked both in the corporate world, real estate and education. and i think i can live in and out of those worlds all this time, and i think it is very important to teach not only people in education, but children, that they can grow up and basically they can do anything that they want to if they have those skills to take with them that they can maneuver their way between different fields and different areas
even with the mclaughlin group. carol jenkins and the award-winning former television news anchor correspondent and with the women's media center. [applause] lisa matthews of planning editor for the associated press broadcast. [applause] longer introductions later president of the feminist majority foundation. [applause] and the publisher of "ms." magazine and gloria steinem co-founder of "ms." magazine [cheers and applause] of light to salute they keep people. associate editor, but local editor, our design design, publishing coordinator, and directing the classroom program director. [applause] for more about "ms." magazine i urge our television audience go to "ms." magazine.com to be a part of this incredible movement that is so critical at this time in our live. 40 years ago when the first issue hit the newsstand harry reasoner equipped he gives it six months before they run out of things to say a lack of 40 years "ms." magazine is making history pushing forward to when inspired a movement that has fervor change our world. it has played a role in reproductive rights, against vio
now. good afternoon and welcome. i am carol lancaster, dean of the admin walsh school service here at georgetown university. it's my great privilege and not to welcome back the hilltop i'm a secretary of state, hillary rodham clinton. we are very proud to think of her as a holier by marriage. [laughter] i knows only to welcome ambassador carlos pascual. nice to see you again. the state department special envoy coordinator for international energy affairs. and as always that they too will come our students, faculty and staff with us in the audience today in case you didn't hear them. secretary clinton has come to embody the georgetown spirit of public service. in her nearly 40 years as a public servant. first lady, senator, not the nation's chief diplomat. as many of you know, in this last welcome secretary clinton has traveled to over 100 countries and flown over 900,000 miles, making her the most traveled secretary of state in history. indeed, if he does speak for all of us when i say it's a pleasure to welcome her back to georgetown. since taking office, secretary clinton has tac
will not and you have a. you can take it out caroling or trick or treating or+ walking the dog. when the power goes out and you want extrac13 you have great 360 degree illumination to see what you are doing. >>host: it is a real light. you are getting to love expect this to sellout in the earring.earlier this month bill was on with them and we went 5000 and they were gone. for trick or treating (...)we have this one family thats and they also do it and walk around. dog and night. how you would this be to have the dog and year-old fashion lantern? >>guest: + out with kids and a sporting event you can use this to walk back to the car.360 degrees of illumination. you can turn it down or up my producer is on and he just got on the computer to order the spile he is working.why? --to order this while he is working. >>host: he's doing it for trick or treaters. >>caller: a hint been waiting to welcome new yoiu i have been waiting to welcome you to each of sen. i was amazed to smaller than it i put my batteries andin and it does not tell you where the off is but the light that this gives you i did not k
talking about medicare, they cannot afford the $6,400. they cannot afford $64. people like carol who attended bradley university in today is an engineer because of programs. she fears that the program will not be available to students down the line. that is just not right. we talked about this a couple of times tonight. dot turner, 61 years old who worked at the plan for 43 years and her job is gone to china, training her chinese replacement. these other wrong priorities. i'm here to say, here is what i want to work on. medicare is a security are there for future generations. the incentives that are sending jobs over to place a china doll wait. and i want to make sure that we balance the budget bill which will -- but with the right priorities. i respectfully ask for your vote. i can tell you, i will never stop fighting for the middle-class and working families of this region. >>moderater: likewise, a closing statement from congressman schilling. schilling: i would like that tell people that this fight came to me. my family and i were running our small business, raising my kids, watch
. this is an article written in "fortune" magazine in 1970 and 1971 by a distinguished writer named carol. she writes a lot of the annual reports for warren buffett. she couldn't have been more wrong. this article is written to rein in the death knoll for the hedge fund industry after the 68 and 70 market. if you look at this, everyone has been really beat up. okay? but today, i could name is the hedge funds that are over $10 billion. so the argument that the industry was over was totally wrong. it is a little bit like darwinism, right? survival of the fittest. what separates the men from the boys is the diversity and how you deal with it. the last 20 years, i had investors, you lose a certain amount of self-esteem is the environment waves, but i always buy my way all out of the hole and come back. and let me talk to you about this. looking at the economy and interest rates, i'm going to try to talk about everything and let the q&a drill down to where you're most interested. we are in equity hedge fund with macro capabilities. macro being bonds, currencies, commodities. we have a management $6.6 bill
with a garbage can over his head. look, when you watch those clips isn't it like you're in the christmas carol and it's the ghost of christmas past visiting you? a kind of blocked all of that out of my mind. but this year things really are not all that different. if anything it is a lot worse because there is a lot more at stake for the country. the futrell against conservatives has increased. the left leaders and the press are absolutely in a fathi frenzy. they want to frame at mitt romney as this guy that heats poor people, check. he hates puppies? checked. scott walker i know he's running around me tonight, but governor of wisconsin resists the recall but he really hated teachers and people like paul ryan, will he just wants to push a grand more over the cliff and watch. see her maybe if she is lucky little kibbles and bits. i mean, this is what they want people to think really incredibly productive and intelligent conservatives, and it is so over-the-top that it's ludicrous. now, barack obama as you know is the opposite of all of those things. he loves puppies, people, rainbows, and he is
billionaires out of texas. bob perry who doesn't ever talk to anybody is given a lot of money. carol simmons has done a lot of money. foster freeze has given a lot of money. and then the elephant in the room is sheldon edelson of nevada was given him and his wife and company have given somewhere north of $70 million to various super pac supporting romney and supporting gingrich. so that's a lot of money. that's a huge gamble to make. you have to wonder at the end of this, by their folks deserve some and from what i mean. that is just the money we know about. >> our member sheldon edelson telling the press only one in which the white house chanukah party. >> that doesn't sound so bad. >> scott mendelson is an investigation for some serious wrongdoing in china regarding some gambling issues. he's also been very vocal about positions he takes for israel and takes exactly those positions and you can expect he will not return on its investment. >> were quick on the one thing interesting that you're not seeing any super pac donation list is of course super pacs have to say who their donors are. yo
want carol goldberg to stand up because she has a question for governor romney. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on our economy, what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in the united states? romney: great, important question because you're absolutely right. the place where we've seen manufacturing go has been china. china's now the largest manufacturer in the world. it used to be the united states of america. a lot of good people lost jobs. a half million manufacturing jobs lost in the last four years. that's total over the last four years. one of the reasons for that is that people think it's more attractive in some cases to go offshore than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here than to go offshore from time to time. what i will do as president a make sure it's more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we're going to create jobs in this country. it's not by trickle down government saying we're going to take more money from people and hire more government workers, raise more taxes, put i
, her name is carol loomis. she actually writes a lot of the annual report stuff for warren buffett, and she couldn't have been more wrong because this article was written to ring the death knoll for the hedge fund industry after the '68-'70 bear market. other than the mutual fund that i and michael, everyone got pretty severely beat up, okay? but today i could name 50 hedge funds that are over $10 billion. so the argument that the industry was over was totally wrong, you know, in that what is most striking to me, the largest hedge fund in 1968 was $220 million. start-ups are starting with billions of dollars today. so it's a cyclical growth industry, and if you produce the returns, you'll grow. and if you don't, you'll atrophy. it's a little like darwinism, right? survival of the fittest. so don't think if you go into the business that it's just up, up, up, up and no hiccups along the way. what separates the men from the boys is how you do in periods of adversity and how you deal with it. in the last 20 years i've had three years where i've had losses for my investors. difficult, i
for new hampshire's first congressional district, former congresswoman carol shea-porter and congressman frank giuinta meet to debate right here on wbin 18. good night, everybody. >> take a look at c-span's debate hub. there's video of the vice presidential debate as well as the presidential debate from earlier this month. or see individual clips of each question, and tuesday on this web site you can see live behind-the-scenes coverage including the spin room. watch and engage with live tweets from political reporters and other viewers and add your own. c-span.org/debates. >> watch and engage with c-span as president obama and republican candidate mitt romney meet this tuesday for a town hall-style presidential debate as they answer questions from the public at hofstra university in hempstead, long island. next, a knell with the new -- fellow with the new america foundation gives his insight on the political unrest in the middle east following his recent trips to egypt, syria and libya. and after that we're live with remarks by retired supreme court justice john paul stevens on gun laws,
to the. your democrats line next. carol stream illinois this is jason. make sure you mutual television. >> caller: yes, sir. i'm calling because i know the economic situation we are doing good, great when the democrats left the office and george w. bush came in to take over. and economic started sliding all the way down, and now this man, barack obama, have stopped all that and have started this economic cycle on the path where it's fair and equal. and i think romney should stop and just bow out of the race. >> host: some of what the president, some of what mitt romney said about the president in his comments are on the economy come he said we've had four presidential and vice presidential debates and there's nothing in what the president proposed or defended that is any prospect of meeting the challenges of the time. some of the comments of mitt romney today in iowa. we will show this to you again tonight on c-span. florida is next, a republican. >> caller: hello. i just want -- just watched the speech from cairo, and i veggie chili is really inspirational -- iowa. a little reaganesqu
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